Capri - the world's most beautiful islands
Capri in the Tyrrhenian Sea lies the bay of Naples, an area of 10.4 km2 island that rises steeply out of the water-rich, lush flora, beautiful little pastel-colored houses, winding, narrow streets, open spaces await the lovers of romance.
The island's natural specialties and a symbol of Capri in the Bay of Naples from the three Faraglioni rock cliffs, which were established by a coastal landslide. The rocks also have a special name: Stella - the main island and has a 110 m di Mezzo Faraglioni Faraglioni di Fuori 80 m and 102 m.
Arco Naturale, a vault, which was created by nature. An underwater cave was the cave collapsed, the wind and the waves swept through the collapsed rock that formed this beautiful arch.
Grotta Azure, or the Blue Cave. Named this way because of the water to infiltrate under the sun and beautiful blue light illuminates the cave. This deep blue Capri blue is called. A 60 m high and 25 m wide, only a small cave, a few people have access to boats through the narrow entrance.
Anacapri 275 m above sea level, near the Blue Grotto. Many villa, church, monastery there. Main attractions of the Villa San Michele, which is the 20th Swedish doctor Axel Munthe century Roman emperor Tiberius' villa built it. The villa's garden Egyptian-era relics and antiquities, and art works can be found. The garden has a beautiful view of Capri, the harbor, sea, and yet you can see Mount Vesuvius.
Among the architectural sights worth seeing:
Castello Barbarossa, which is a Byzantine fortress was left to us today only the central part. Villa Jovis is a Roman villa, which i e. I century, but only in the eighteenth. century was discovered, then built next to the church of Santa Maria del Soccorso. The villa was originally a fortress built in Roman times, its own water tank and had a bath.